Engineering is definitely one of the most prominent career options available to the students of India. In India every third student decides to be an engineer.
However, after putting toil for years the real problem for the students as well as their parents arises when it comes to choosing the right engineering college.
Which one to go for? This one has the reputation, but this one has the faculty, oh! But that one has the better placement record, these kinds of questions create a conundrum and dealing with them seems like a hell of a task.
Hence, to tackle this issue and to aid the students and their parents, The Union Human Resource Department has come up with a list of 100 universities and institutes of Engineering, Management and Pharmacy in the country, which have been declared taking into consideration the five parameters of teaching, learning and resources, research, performance, graduation outcome, outreach and inclusivity and perception.
How can this list help you to choose the engineering college you want?
According to the newspaper reports this list is the first of its kind. For the first time the Union Human Resource Department has come up with something like this, that can act as a catalyst in the process of the student’s decision making.
The need for such a list regarding the top engineering colleges came up, after parents complained about fake colleges and institutes which claimed to provide engineering degrees. Such fraud engineering colleges advertise heavily, impress the parents, and once the admission is done, fail to provide any meaningful education.
Since the list has been officially declared by a government entity, the students and their parents are spared of the ordeal to have a further research as they can easily rely upon its judgment. Now, in this list of top 100 colleges of India, the Indian Institute of technology Madras has managed to grab the first spot as the best engineering college of India. According to the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) IIT Madras also recognized as an Institute of National Importance by the Government of India has been the most accurate college to adhere to the laid parameters.
Following the suit, IIT Mumbai formerly ranked as India’s top university in the year 2014 by QS World has managed to grab the second position, whereas, IIT Kharagpur another notable institute of engineering and one of the best colleges in India has been placed at the third position.
Along with these colleges all the other centrally funded engineering institutions and universities also participated in the first rank round of the ranking, but the top ten colleges that have made to the cut are as follows;
- Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
- Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
- Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
- Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
- Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
- Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
- Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad
- Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar
- Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar-Rupnagar
- Indian Institute of Technology, Patna